The D5510 provides new and innovative ways for all business sectors to present and collaborate through interactive activities, including corporate strategy sessions, architectural design reviews, teaching, business training sessions, case development for legal teams and much more.
The whiteboard almost acts as a giant tablet with its intuitive touch-screen controls that make it easy for participants to move, draw, resize and edit content instantaneously.
Ricoh Visual Communications Group Vice President Matt Sakauchi said,
"In this new world of work, presenters need to share their best ideas instantly, broadly and securely in whatever way best enlightens the audience. With the new RICOH Interactive Whiteboard D5510, workers can collaborate and interact using multiple whiteboards connected over a virtual private network, or via their PCs and mobile devices. There are virtually no more boundaries to collaboration, except the ones you want to enforce, and the D5510's unparalleled security makes that easy."
With security being such an ever-present concern on the web, all sessions are password protected, and all data is erased from the whiteboard after a presentation has concluded, ensuring that a businesses critical information remains secure.
The suggested retail price for Ricoh's D5510 whiteboard alone is $7,140. Additional options include a stand that is $1,126 and a $1,200 collaboration license. That's a hefty price tag to pay and it will be interesting to see who and what sectors of business find it useful enough to implement.